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Bosch Power Tools 1 609 929 T49 | (19.11.09)
Sawing Mitre Angles with the Sliding Table
Locked
Adjust the requested horizontal mitre angle
(see “Adjusting Horizontal Mitre Angles”,
page 46)
The angle stop must move freely in the guide
groove 21 (leftward or rightward). For this,
loosen locking knob 44, if required.
Follow the worksteps in section “Sawing
Straight Cuts” accordingly.
Sawing Mitre Angles with the Sliding Table
Adjust the requested horizontal mitre angle
(see “Adjusting Horizontal Mitre Angles”,
page 46)
Tilt the locking lever 24 toward the right and
push the sliding table 1 toward the front.
(see figure B)
Position the workpiece on the saw table in
front of the protection guard 6.
Position the angle stop 16 in front of the
workpiece in the lefthand guide groove 21.
Lock this position by firmly tightening lock-
ing knob 44.
Follow the worksteps in section “Sawing
Straight Cuts” accordingly.
Checking and Adjusting the Basic
Adjustment
To ensure precise cuts, the basic adjustment of
the machine must be checked and adjusted as
necessary after intensive use.
A certain level of experience and appropriate
specialty tools are required for this.
A Bosch after-sales service station will handle
this maintenance task quickly and reliably.
Setting the Standard Bevel Angle 90°
(Vertical)
Adjust a 90° bevel angle.
Checking:
Set an angle gauge to 90° and place it on the
saw table 11.
The leg of the angle gauge must be flush with
the saw blade 38 over the complete length.
Adjusting: (see figure K)
Loosen the locking knob 29 and hold the saw
blade with help of the handwheel 12 in the
90° position.
Loosen adjusting screw 61 and lightly
retighten the locking knob 29.
Screw the adjusting screw in or out until the
leg of the angle gauge is flush with the saw
blade over the complete length.
Afterwards, firmly tighten the locking knob
29 again.
When the angle indicator 56 is not in line with
the 90° mark of scale 57, loosen screw 63 with
a commercially available Phillips screwdriver
and align the angle indicator alongside the 90°
mark.
Setting the Standard Bevel Angle 45°
(Vertical) (see figure K)
Repeat the above mentioned worksteps ac-
cordingly for the 45° bevel angle:
Loosen locking knob 29,
adjust the adjusting screw 62.
In this, the angle indicator 56 must not be read-
justed.
Adjusting the Tension Force of the Parallel
Guide (see figure L)
The tensioning force of the parallel fence 8 can
decrease after frequent usage.
Tighten nut 64 until the parallel fence can be
firmly locked to the saw table again.
Adjusting the Play of the Sliding Table
(see figure M)
When the play of the sliding table 1 becomes
too large after frequent usage, tighten the
adjusting screws 65.
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